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VOLUME III, NUMBER
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1882.
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A Newspaper Published Weekly.
(SLIM) SlBSTKimOM ?S.oo A lElR, It JDrlUE.
$4 jo to $7.$o, according to their detination.
Subscriber! and Advertisers will please address
THOS, G. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
Tt, C. DAKE Is the only authorised agent for
the "PRESS" In San Francisco.
Publication office Is at 6 Kaahumanu street j Ed
Itorial rooms at 6 Merchant street.
DRUNK AV TltK STREET
ttV DR. R. WICKS.
Drunk in th street !
A woman arretted to dy In the city !
Comely and young, the paper id
Sea rely twenty, the item read ;
A woman and wjfe kind angels pl'y
Drunk In the street t
Drunk In the street I
Vet; cmy with liquor I her btain on fire
Reeling, plunging, and staggering along
Singing a strain of a childish song
At lasl she Mumbles and falls In the mire,
Drunk In the street 1
Drunk in the street t
Drag her away to a station bed t
HcJplets, senseless, take her away;
Shut her up from the light of day ;
Would, for the sake of her friends, she were dead 1
Drunk in the street f
Hownadthe sight t
The sunlight streaming across the floor
It rouses the sleeper to life again ;
Hut oh the anguish, th gri'f, the pain,
As thoughts of the shame came crowding o'er I
How sad the sight I
Itut hark I a sound ;
The bolt flies back ; she is told to rise ;
Her friends are waiting to take her home,
1 hey know it all, et in love they come,
Hut with speechless lips and tearless ejes.
The lost one's found I
Work night and day 1
Nail up the bars where liquor is sold t
Free your town from Us load of death 1
Add no more to the ghastly wreath
Of widows and orphans whose knell you've tolled I
Work, fight, and pray.
The end will cornel
God help and strengthen us day by day,
And nerve us alt for the coming strife I
Our foes are strong they struggle for life
Hut God is stronger than they.
The end will cornel
A'EMNSCENCES OF HONOLULU.
July 17th, 1854, Honolulu was suddenly
thrown into a state of excitement by the advent
of the combined English and French squadron
of war ships on the expedition to I'etropauUU,
which subsequently turned out so unfortunately.
Wc had no telephones nor marine telegraph in
those days. First, was the announcement of a
steamer off Diamond Head, coming along
slowly and seemingly in no hurry to reach the
harlmr. The numerous "lookouts" in town
were occupied with gazers, who speculated on
the character of the stranger. Dut while the
guesses were being made, here came a frigate
off the point, then another and another, until
ten stately vessels under sail besides the
steamer a splendid as well as novel sight
were seen bearing down towards the anchor
age. The llritish and French Hags were inter'
mingled. Ily 2 o'clock all were anchored in
line off the harbor, and were reported as fol
lows: English frigate President, HcarAdmi
ral Davis l'rice ; frigate Amfhitrite, Capt,
Stamibrth ; steamer Virago, Commander Mar
shal. French frigate La Force, Kcar Admi
ral des I'ointes ; frigate L'Euriiiice, Capt.
Lagrandierc ; conctlc VArttmise, Capt.
L' Encquc; brig L'OMigaido,-Capl. de Hose
nat. In all, these ships carried 2(8 guns. The
liritsih frigate Piine, Capt. Sir F. Nicholson,
40 guns, arrived on the 22d, making in all
258 guns. The two Admirals with their
suites were presented to the King on the 2 1st,
and the next day, by invitation of Admiral
l'rice, the King and Queen, l'rinces Liholilio,
and Kamchameha, Princess Victoria, the Min
isters, Privy Councillors and members of the
Legislature, made an excursion on the war
seamcr Virago though the squadron anchored
outside. As the Virago passed each ship the
yards were manned and the Kiugwas saluted by
both the Admiral's ships at the same moment,
and again on returning from Diamond Head.
A collation was served in the cabin of the
steamer, and the company, among which was
a number of lady and gentlemen residents,
had a most agreeable time. On the 25th,
after a stay of eight days, during which they
scry much enlivened our dull summer season,
the squadron weighed anchor at 10 o'clock and
stood off to the westward, destination unknown
at that time.
On the 21st of July, arrived from San Fran
cisco (9 day. passage), the new elegant pro
peller Polynesian, Rogers, master. She came,
as was declared by her agent, to regularly
engage in aline between Honolulu and San
Francisco, for which purpose she was built.
But she never made a second Jttlp, her owners
ha ing apparently found a more remunerative
rodte to South America. Some thirty thou
sand dollars were subscribed here in this
steamer company's stock. After she returned
to the Coast it was stated that it had been
found necessary to make sume alterations in
her machinery, and the propeller Peytona was
sent in her place in September. Hut the
latter, also, made only a single trip, and one
hoped for steam line to the Coast collapscdjfor
the time. The real truth is, there was not
business enough mailable then to support a
I note that Dr. E. Hoffmann opened hU
new drug store, in the Makee block, corner of
Queen and Kaahumanu streets, on the 2 1st of
July, 1854. It was by far the neatest and best
appointed establishment of the kind in Hono
The world-renowned vocalist, Kate I la) es,
aimed at Honolulu, July 23d, en. route for
Australia, In the bark fiiuujt Major, and
delighted our citirens with a concert at the
Court House. Of course the building was
crammed to its utmost capacity, ' She sailed
on the 24th for Sydney, having been the
guet during her stay hereof Capt. and Mrs,
James Makee, at their beautiful residence in
The 31st of July, the annUcrsary of the
restoration of the Hawaiian flag and go em
inent, was celebrated with the usual rejoicings
and festivities. The event commemorated
was then still fresh in the memories of many
who were residents of the islands in 1S43,
when that act of justice was done by Admiral
Thomas, with a promptness and good will that
wilt ever endear his memory to the people of
these Islands. Among the occurrences of the
day, was the presentation of a silk banner to
Mechanic Engine Co. No. I, by the "daugh
ter of Hawaii." Miss Elizabeth Maughan
made the presentation, and Mr, W. R. Cuth
licit received It, on behalf of the company. The
troops were reviewed on the plains, by I'riuce
Liholiho as Ueutcnint-Ccncral. There was
as seroee t ttx paUcc in the evening, which
everybody attended, and tiiaui were plentiful
among the natives.
August ltth, 1851, the community was
shocked by the suicide of a well-known mer
chant, F. J. I'ortcr, of the firm of I'orter &
Ogdcn. He was an Englishman, well edu
cated, but of a peculiarly saturnine disposition.
He lived with a native woman named Abigail
Mahcha, a near relative of the last King of
Kauai, who had been educated at the Rojal
School with the young l'rinces, but who had
Income dissolute. I'ortcr had some quarrel
with this woman, and he first shot her and
then himself. He died immediately, but the
On the 12th of August, after a session of
over, four months, the Legislature was pro
rogued, by the following significantly brief
speech delivered by the Premier, the King not
personally appearing :
" Representatives of my people After a
session of unprecedented length, I relieve you
from further attendance in the Legislature. I
hereby prorogue jou.
"In the absence of adequate means to sup
press insurrection, I must trust to Providence
for the protection of my kingdom, and to your
loyalty to recommend, both byword and deed,
quiet subjection to law and order."
The reference to "the absence of adequate,
means," in connection with the military, was
undoubtedly penned by Prince Llholiho, in
view of the appropriation of only $30,000
" for the support of military, including flags
What may be termed the periodical annexa
tion scare, came up in the Legislature during
the month of August. A native member of
the former House offered a resolution, setting
forth that, whereas the New York femtJot
June 5, 1854, had stated thafdispatches had
been received at Washington from Mr. Gregg,
U. S. Commissioner at I lonolulu, stating that
the King had applied to him for immediate
annexation to the United States, upon the
ground of trouble with France and England;
therefore the Minister of Foreign Relations be
enquired of as to the truth of the report. On
the same day in the House of Nobles, I'rince
Liholilio made a similar enquiry of the Min
ister, which brought forth a lengthy reply.
Mr. V)llic emphatically declared that neither
England nor France had given, or were giving,
any trouble such as that which the N. Y.
HtraldhaA asserted. At the same time "he
was sorry to state his belief that, in the inter
nal condition of the kingdonl and its mixed
population, mere uul exist clangei. Under a
strong government the danger would be
nothings but here, where the King was left
without an adequate physical force, the danger
could not be overrated." Another hint for a
In the same category of ridiculous state
ments as to island affairs which American
papers then frequently made and even now
occasionally blunder into was an article in
the Itoston Post, of June 17, 1854. The fol
lowing is an extract :
"Great liritain has everywhere active agents.
Her Consul at Honolulu is very industriously
endeavoring to destroy the public scntimcnt.of
the Hawaiians in favor ol annexation to the
United States, by representing to the people
that if the suffer themselves to be annexed
they will be made slaves 1 The French Consul
also propagates the ' preposterous idea. We
ought to resent these wicked slanders upon the
United States, as well as shameful attempts to
impose upon the caredulity of a simple and
worthy people. Without advocating annexa
tion, let us tell them that they have no better
friends in the world than the people of the
United States, and that our friendship for
them is as much greater than that of any other
nation as is the amount of our commerce
with them over that of any other nation.
Our only desire is to see Ibe Islands pros
perous and happy, and if the inhabitants
desire a connection with the United Stales,
nothing can be more certain than that such a
connection, instead of depriving them ol their
freedom, will guarantee it, and bestow on
them liberty and law and the abundant bless
inqs that flow in the train of republicanism.
No, men and women ofllawaiil you are too
good to lx slaves, and too intelligent, wc trust,
to be blinded by the acts and falsehoods of
European monarchies?" 11. L. s.
LAY A FALV77ATG PERSON DOWN.
It is surprising how ever) body rustics at a
fainting person anil strives to raise him up, and
especially to keep his head erect. There must
bo an instinctive apprehension that if a person
scued with a fainting or other fit fall into a re
cumbent position, death is more imminent. 1
must have driven a mile to-day while a lady
fainting was held upright. I found her pulse
less, white, and apparently dvjng, and I be
lieve that if I had delayed ten minutes longer
she would really have died. I laid her head
dow n on a low cr level than her body, and im
mediately color returned to her lips and cheeks,
and she became conscious. To the excited
group of friends I said : Alw a) s remember this
fact, namely i Fainting Is caused by a want of
blood in the brain j the heart ceases to act w ith
sufficient force to send the usual amount of
blood to the brain, and hence the person loses
consciousness because the function of the brain
ceases. Restore the blood to the brain, and
Instantly the person recovers. Now, though
the blood is propelled to all parts" of the body
by the action of the heart, jet it is still under
the inlluencc of the laws of gravitation. In the
erect position the blood ascends to the, head
against gravitation, and the supply to the brain
is diminished, as compared with the recumbent
position, the heart's pulsation Iwing equal. If,
then, )ou place a person sitting whose heart
has nearly ceased to beat, his brain will fail to
receive blood, while if ou lay him down, with
the head lower than the heart, blood will run
Into the brain by the mere force of gravity;
and in fainting, in sufficient quantity to restore
consciousness Indeed, nature teaches us how
to manage the fainting person, for they always
fall, and frequently arc at once restored by the
recumbent position into which they arc thrown,
While one in three of the population of Iowa
U of foreign birth, five out of nine voters voted
for the constitutional amendment prohibiting
the sale of Intoxicating liquor. If this measure
has succeeded in tH.H state with so Urge a pro
portion of its population foielgnlxnn, it is not
to be presumed that it will fail on Account of
that element In any other state, for hot one has
so large a proportion as Iowa. A similar
movement in other states would insure success
In over two-thirds, and then at) amendment of
the Constitution of the United States would
become possible. And this is likely soon to
occur, if a law defjing liquor Intents does not
cease its present t)le of insolent dictation.
Lost, )etetday, somewhere between sunrise
and sunset, two golden hours, each set with
sixty diamond minutes. No tew ard is oiTered,
fof they are goat forever, iVw Mann,
"IXrlLLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOHXEY AT L
38 Mkhciiant .StubfTi Honolulu,
No. m Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ATTOUXr.r AT LAW,
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of the
60 Port Stxiuit, Honolulu, i
attoiisey ,t covxselloii at law.
RS. CUMMINOS & MARTIN,
Orrce corner Fort and IIrrrtania St.,
svnar.oxs axii iio3io:i'ATiiio phy-
Office Hours Until 0 a M., and from 1-3 ami 6:30-8 r.M,
rNO. A. HASSINGER,
Intprior OrrlcE, Honolulu,
ifl.wr to take A(jKXowu:tai
ments to Contracts for iMlmr. 3
TNO.'S. Me GREW, M, D.
PIIYSICIAS and SUIlOV.OS,
Hotel street, between Fort and Alakea streets,
From 7 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
to6-if Telephone No. 164.
JOHN H. PATY,
Honoiulu, Oaiic, II. I,,
XO TAltri' Vll I.IV A XJ COMM I S.SIOXKU
For the States of Californii and New York. Office
at the llank of llishop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AOI'.XT TO TAKE ACKXOWIAUHIi:-
mrnt to Vontrnrtn to Labor,
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Esplanade. 13
T M. WHITNEY, M, D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I.,
IIKXTAT. K0031S OX FOIIT HTHKKT,
Office in Hrewer's Hloctc, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
JJT HAGAN, M, D.
Honolulu, H. I.,
1'iiYsiciAX ash sunar.os. omct:
l():i Fort Strrrt.
Office hours from to to 12 a. m,, and 3 to 5 p. m.
Residence 193 Nuuanu Street. 49
EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
nrvswTAX Axn suugeox,
TRLEMtONS NUMBKR I49.
Office hours from 8J4 to roJ4 a. m,; lU to 3
W p. m.
umce and residence numDer a,
corner Fort street.
And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
nun. t ui tucn y vi ouii iisiiiLiu, Vritiiiuuuat 5J
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honolulu, It. I.,.
Illl'OUTEH ASlt llKAhl'.H IS OKS-
Tf T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Strebt, Honolulu.,
IMFOltTEltS AXD COMMISSIOX MEtt
TWTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fot Strebt, Honolulu,
FASllIOXAJtLE VJCESS AXD CLOAK-
A W. BUSH,
No. 50 Fort Steet, Honolulu,
QltOCEH AXD FJIOVISIQX DEALEK.
Family Grocery and Feed Store. 1
M. C. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SUGAR VACTOHS ASlt CO.W311HSIOS
VM. G. IRWIN.
- BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
mrivvixa axii commis.sios heh-
It. A. r, CARTER. 1 P. C. JONES. Jr.
J-VILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
1311'OHTEKS AXII 1IKA LKKS .V HA till-
trarr, Cutlery, Tools,
Taints and Ods, and General Merchandise. l
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SHIP CIIASDLKIt.S ASlt COMMISSIOX
Agents for Brand's Guns and llomb Lances and Per
'avis' l'aiu Killer.
T AINE & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.
COMMISSIOX MEHCHAXTS IMFOll
tern unit Jicif r in
Hay, Grain and General Produce. 1
No. 39 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II- I.,
IMfOltTKltS Oh' aEXEKALMEKCUAS-
Utsa from France, England,
Germany and the United Slates. l
ji6 and si8 California Street, S. F.,
Particular attention paid to fillin,; and shipping Is
T OUIS ADLER,
Numuer 13 Nuuanu Strrrt.
MASirt'ACTiritElt ASlt DKAI.Elt IS
pools iii il Shoes of every Inscription.
Ladies' and Children's wear. My stock Is worthy of
uupecuon. 1 rices very lowr. ji
WILLIAMS & Co.
IOI AND 104 tOKT ST k EST,
I'ltOTOait.l I'ftIV AHTISTS.
1'icturesof all kites and kinds made to order, and
frames of all desertions constantly on hand
Corals, shells and Curiosities of the Tacihc
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
liONOLULV, It. I.!
Healers in Lumber and all kinds of liulld
Inu Jlutertals, Paints, Oils, Salts, etc.,
Acents of schooners
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kckauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UUama, Pauahl and Leahl,
At Robinson's Wharf. 1
THEO. H. DAVIBS,
(Late Jit. ion, Orern & Co.)
IMPOKTEIt, COHJIISSIOX MEUCHAXT
and Atenl for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marina Insurance Company,
And Northern Assurance Company. 1
TQISHOP tt Co.
Hooi.l'U, II. I.,
San Francisco, and their agents In
The ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION of
London, .and their branches in
Aud InnsMt a gsuerJ Mjniaiivs; Business. 1
CD. C. ROWE,
1IOV.SI1 ami .1IOS' I'AlXTKIl,
Pater Hanger, etc.,
107 King: itreet, Honolulu.
J EWERS A COOKE,
(SlCCESSORS TO LEW IRS & DlCKSON,)
iMroitTtnis axii di:aia:iis rx ;,iw-
her tttut alt .-frife of llullitltia Matrrtal.
Fort itreet, Honolulu, 11. 1. t
HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and Kino Streets,
IMVOIITJ'.IIS, JIVAI.KIIS IS IIAJtD-
irrtrr, Dry Oooilp, Vtllntt,
Oils and General Merchandise. I
W McCIIESNEY & SON,
Lr.ATIIIUI, It I nns, TALI.OW,
Agents for the Roval SoapCompany. No. is Queen
street, Honolulu, II. I, 9
s C. COLEMAN,
HoNoixur. H, I,,
11LACKSM1TH, MAUItlSlHT, VAIl?
rfaffe Work, Horn ShoAtitf,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shoo on Kin (r street.
next to Castle & Cooke'. t
Honolulu, H. I.,
IMVOHTKK AXI DEALKH IX STOVES,
llutifeg, Mrtuhf 'ttowtc J-'urnhhhttf
Good, Crockery, China ami GUsiware, Practical
T M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.,
SAtls-MAKEHS. FLA OH OF ALL J)F-
AcvtptloHM nttntranil repnirrtU
Loft In A. F. Cooke's new fire proof huilJing, foot of
Nuuanu Street, 28
Honolulu, H. I.
PIQXEFH STEAM CAXliY MAXUFAC-
tnry riftrt llnkvry.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Maker,
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
p ENGL1NG & Co,,
No. 5 Nuuanu Sthkkt,
TIXSMITltS AX1 FLUMJtEltS, DEAL-
ern in Stnvnt, Kftntfrs, Tttt,
Sheet Iron and Copper Ware ; keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Tinware, Galvaniied Iron and
Lead Pipe, India Rubber lloie, etc, etc. 32
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, 1!. I.,
COMMISHIOX MEUCHAXT A XI) GEX-
eral Dealer In Dry GaotU,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, H. L,
STEAM EXOIXES, ItOJLEttS, SVOAH
Mill, Cooter, Iron, limn
And Lead Castings. Machinery $f every detcription
made to order. Particular attention oaid to Shim'
Klacksmi thing. Job work executed on the shortest no
J H. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
WAIOlt AXIi CLOCK MAICEll,
llciitiirinff a Specialty.
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKA1WA.)
Number 11 Nuuanu Street,
tajlojiixo of :rmiY
HcripttoH done to oi'dcv.
Men's, bos and youths' work.
Number 64 Hotel Street,
MJJALS SEltVEn AT AJLL
hours of the day,
Special terms for regular boarders. The only suita
ble private room in town for Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress,
No. 82Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
GOLD AXD SILVKll WORKER,
Watchmaker and Repairer.
Quality good and cheap prices. In stock a variety of
hocks, watcnes ana jcweiry.
NORTON & Co.,
No. 13 Maunakka Street,
Jiome shoeing, Shoe remoml find nil hind
of Jtlachomilh Work tone toonlrr.
Carriage maWng and repairing done by competent
workmen. Mr. M. Murray, well known for his supe
rior work, on carriages, will be found here. The best
horse-shoer In the country works at this place. 103-0
Crater or Kiuauka.
If, JL LEXTZ, MAXAUEH.
Visitors requiring any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly give the Manager at least ten da) no-
:e in line weatner, ana Irom eieen to tnirteen in loui.
Plenty to eat, a rousing fire, clean beds and the best
tendance on the Hawaiian Islands. 5
no. 0 IJUtBN aTBKKT, IRTISH AIAKKKT.J
1IEA LEH JS CHOICEST 1IEEE, MUTTOS
Veal, Fish, etc.
Family and Shipping Orders, carefully attended to.
Live stock furnished to vessels at short notice, and veiz
ctables of all kinds supplied to order. 34
-" E. WILLIAMS,
Importer anu Dkalkr in
FVUSITV11E OF EVERY HKSCRIl'TIOS
Also Upholsterer ana Manufacturer.
Furniture Warerooms No. bm Fort street.. Work'
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
A W. RICHARDSON Co.
iMfORTURS AND DEALERS IN
HOOTS, SHOES, FVHXIStllXtl OOOUS,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, tallies, ,
lVrfumerv and Roaiik. Woltham Watches. Fin. lew.
elry, etc., cor, of Fori and Merchant streets, Hon-
olulu, H. 1,
qpHOS. G. THRUM,
IMPORTING ANU MANUFACTURING
STATIOXEIt, SEWS AOEST, FRISTER,
And Dublisher of the Saturoav Press, and Hawaii.
an Almanac asj Annual, Merchant street. DeaU
cr in Fine btallonery, Itooks, Music, Toys and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
llor-ouai;, It I.,
REAL ESTATE llHOKKIt ASH EMPLOY
me lit llureau.
Hents Kooms, Cottages, I louses, and sells and leases
Real Kstate a all pans of the Kingdom. Employment
found foe those seeking vrork in all lhe various oratKhes
of business connected with lhcs Islands. Lcifa! docu
ments drawn, Hills Collected, Hooks and Accounts kept
and general ohTce work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. 34
- W, MACFARLANE ft Co.
Qvitx Sisiit, Honolulu, II. I.
Importers aud Commission Merchants,
JcoeiMOit'a Firs-proof Hulldlny,
The Glasgow and Honolulu Una of Packets
John Hay II Co.'a Uearpool Una of Packatt
The WaDsapu PUuUtioa
The Spaaeer Plaatatloo, Hllo
Mlil.es, TaU Wateoo. Su(ar Macbioary
The Puittoa Sheap Raacb. Coeapaay
A L. SMITH,
luruaTaa asm Daaua IK
OLASSWAHK.MEHIHEX SI L VMM PL.I-
fed Ware, Brackets, Vasts,
Combination Srxctacl and EvisLuses.
'ir Ware. Fancy SuatM. Pitttu. I'niM, ria-
lots, Wouenholm't Pocket Cutlery, Powder, aEx and
Ammunition. Clark's Spool Cotton, alachiu. Osl, all
Ltnit,'ialakln.N.JU "IVuuhiBr faklaiM-
r.-7" . .TT , ""I. -" r T .-'K-'
son again s urn uoivcisany acarwwieu
"" W9 Twv WsWf vWVHQsSW
E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Cor. Kino and FoRTSrs., Honolllu,
onocr.nr Asn fheii stoiii:.
Queen Street, Honolulu, It. I.,
Ol'.XIiltAI. COMMISSIOX AOKXTS.
Honolulu, It. I.,
1'IIACTJCAL 1'AIXTKII, JIKCOIlATOll,
Ultttrr, (Iritlnrr anil Lettrrrr.
CD, HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Honolulu, Oaiiu, II. I.,
IMl'OllTl'.ltS AXII COMMISSIOX MV.ll-
Tf A, SCHAEFER A Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.,
1MVOIITK11S AXII COMMISSIOX MKIt
TI7-ILDER & Co,
Cor, Fort anii Queen St., Honolulu.
LVSI1IKII, l'AIXTS, OILS, SAILS,
ami llitllHtntf Materials of cccry hlnil. t
p P. ADAMS,
Quern Street, Honolulu,
.1 VCTIOXEKR A XII COMMISSIOX 31 Kit'
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Imi-ortrrs and Hralrrs in
OKSKIIA L MKIICIIASIIISK,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, 1 lonolulu.
tJOLLES & Co..
Qleen Strret, Honolulu, II. 1.7
SHIV CIIASllLKltS ASH C0313IISSIOS
Importers and Dealers In General Merchandise, i
JNO. H. BROWN,
103 Heretania Street,
ISSVKCTOlt Oh' WKKIltTS A Sit
Orders can he left at the Police Station.
hJT S. GRINBAUM 6X Co.
Maker's IIlock, Queen Strrrt,
I3IVORTE11SAS1I WHOLESALE IIKAL-
ers In General Jlerchamltse. a
No. in Fort Street, Honolulu,
WATCII3IAKi:U, JEWELElt, ESOIIA-
ver, and Itlnmonil Setter.
AH orders faithfully executed 3a
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
ai4 California St., San Francisco,
ronwAitinso a sit co3i3tissios
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. 3
No. 114 Fort St., opi-ositk Pantheon Stables,
hoot ash suoi-.MAKr.it. hoots ash
Shoes made to order.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and foi cash, a
JTOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
itituaaisTs ash ioiiaccoxists.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. 1
pKOWN & PHILLIPS,
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H, I.,
Practical Plumbers, Gas-fitters
Particular attention paid to the fating up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. x
Hotel Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
DEjLLEU IX LADIES9 AXD
Gent's Shoes and Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction ou will be sure
to come again. Repairing done to order, Formerly of
San Francisco. ,
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Strpet, Honolult, H.-I.,
(opposite sailor's home.)
CUSTOM ROOT AXD SHOE
Good work; low prices. Repairing Jone with ncat
ness and disrated.
P H. OEDING,
Express and Drayman
Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86; residence ijs Punchbowl street.
Office tt King itreet. . tocVtf
TJAILEY ot Co.
Great 10-Cent Slorr ! Somtthlny Xrw t
Ten thousand dtferent articles; ever) thing 10 cent
Come and dee, at
Old Stand, 109, Port street. too-jm
PHILLIPS ft Co.
11M1I Wholesale Healers In Clothtna, Hoots,
Shoes, Hats, Mens's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods etc
No. is Kaahumanu street.
XT P. BURGESS,
All Linds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny, 130, Williamson's Espress Office.
Shop No. t4 Kinff itreet. io3
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner.
DISEASES Or Tlt HOOF A SPECIALTY.
ResjJence 1 Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
less ui receive promps aucnuon. 511
Honolulu, II, I.,
aitOCEUY, FEKU A SB PRavmrox
Would like heads of families. IboardincUouse keepers
and others to know that lie at all times sells at prices
lowesl of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered in any part of the city or suburbs. Number
laa s.ust. airaer, Between rtiasea ana rorr ats. 31-010
H7 ILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. M MERCHANT STREKT, HONOLULU,
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
worpcrauon auscss, stooaa asw stssuiar
aacurltki bought and sold on
Commission laosuy sou
on Stock SacurltWs.
Honolulu, II. I., October 1st, 1IS1.
No. to, King Stkut, Honolvu-, II. I.
Shipping and Commission, Merchants,
Iraportars aad Daalars U
The rtiuhcock & Corupaovs Viatuailoa.
Th AUsaudcr & llaldwui PUuUtioa.
K. llalssead, or Walalua ilaiualsoii.
A. H SUtt & Company, sCclua, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul
The Haiku Sugar Cosnusny.
'lli. Kohala augar Cosnrjany. .
Harasakua PUmailon, ' '
UtmptsiCsmetn iH Satt FraitcUca.
Ut laaurasw Ca..of Hst.
stm wssMwswmmsmaumsmtmsmsmw9s SMassasa.
fc Mwtsyaaj a Psjisii Ciiirgl ykhm
miill"aVrsVS h sfufcn sh,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kinds of
8Apj)Mitr t- nAJixms
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
Corner Fort and King Streeti, Honolulu, II, I,
-MIARLBS T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowlrijcmrnts to Labor
OF.NERAL HUSINKSS AOF.NT.
Office In Mackee'i Block at corner Queen and Kaahu.
manu streets, Honolulu. iiy
JJOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. IIRlill'ER & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C, nREH'R & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGESTS.
Incorporated 1875. t
AMDURG-MAGDEDURG FIRE INS 'JR.
ance company of Hamburg.
Ituilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms, i
Tn HBNISH WESTPHALIAN LLOYD
Of M. Gladdach,-Khrnism Prussia.
All claims for particular average sustained bv coods
arriving here, and insured In the above Company, have
to be made with the cognizance of and certified to, by
the undersigned. J. C. Glade, Agent.
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F, A. SGltAEFER & Co., AGENTS,
1 he nlmvfl fnuiranre f'nmnanv. has estahlUhtd a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, art authorized to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
pREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
K A. SCAEFER &f Co, Agtntt.
Also agents for the
Drefden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
AACHEN AND LEIPZIG INSURANCE
OfAachrn, A tjr-laChnjtclte,
All claims for particular average sustained by goods
arriving here, and insured in the above Company, have
to le made with the cognizance of nnd certified by the
undersigned. J. C. Glade, Agent.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
; A. SCAEFER & CV AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the above higned. General Agents,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable rates, and on the most fa
QCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER-
ttj sicherungs ueseuscnait 01 wtntertnur.
II. llACKFELD-b- Co., AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company.... .......francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Uuildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. I
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance Company. (Limited)
TfEO. , DAVIESi AGENT,
lhe above acent has received instructions to re-
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now nreparcd to issue dou
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A, SCJfAEFEK C.( AGENTS,
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to insure risks against Tire on
stone ana wick uuuaings ana on itiercnanuise storeu
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their office. 1
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company 01 Hamburg.
. HACKFELD & Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve,.., Rcichsmark, 8,830,000
their Ke-lnsurance companies, 35,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Uuildings, Furniture,
jiicrkiiauuic Miiu i iuuus.c, lAiMimiici jr. est,., ttt.iv oui
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by rue, on the most lavorable terms. :
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFELD 6 Co.t Agtntt,
Capital and Resen c Rcichsmark 6.000,00a
M their Reinsurance Companies ' 101,650,000
Total . . . .Rcichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the 1 lawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Uuildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. I
UTUAL LIFEINSURANCE COMPANY'
or New York.
IHLDER & Co., AGENTS,
Largest, Safest and most Economical Life
Insurance Comimny In the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further' information conccrnine the Company.
and for rates of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
J. E. Wiseman, Soliciting Agent. i
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
SuberlbeA CfijWaf - - - - $,1,000,000
Thealoe Company have now established an agency
here, and are preparett to take risks on prop
tity of f very description within thee
J. T, WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDOJ, AND
Cloba Insurance Company. '
BISHOPS' Co., AGENTS.
(tiffmlreil Liability, to Stockholders.
Assata , $ji,sja,ia
Reserve , , a,7jD,oao
ikCOMs roa ilrtt
Premiums recelvsd alter deduction of rsv
insurance. $ S.lla.sf
IxMses promjitly adjured and paid here. I
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
aaca CoasBanjr of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKEx ACEXTS,
The oldest Purely MutuJ .lf loaurance
Conpaajr ia Um United SUtetv
iollc'a Issued oh ths most Fa vorable Terms
casAMrLa or KoN-rosratTvaa riAN t
Insured age j yeais-cediury Ida pUn t
I Annual premium continues Policy a years, ) days
a Annual praasluias coatiaua Poller 4 years, ia "
j Annual peasaasaia cswSlnaa Policjr years, "
4 Auaual pe alusa cassliaua Poncy tyaars. a '
( Annual prsvailasn cottilsvaa Potity sayaars.sj "
AeU, - $t3JW,(Hte.
Loaaaa paid tnraata Hossalulu Agaxy, la,e
U W. SBVSBAKCS.
jl6 Cauroaaia St,, Cab, (Roost No. 4.)
UAWAItAH CUNUVI. AWMMHUHOIf
TTARNDBN & Co.
tij& 119 Market St., San Franckco,
OESl'.llAT. I'VltCIIASlStl AOESTSASII
Comnileefnn Merchant. j
PRANK H. AUSTIN A Co.,
Orrici No. 10 California Strrrt, S. F.,
C03IMISS10S AOESTS .t FfinWAltll.
Inn Ayr nl:
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired
Hie best prices warranted and sales guaranteed 4
rIIARLES DRBWER & Co.
7 Kilbv Strret, IIoston,
AOEXTS OF HAWAII AX PACKETS,
Oenerat Commission Auents.
Secial attention given to the purchasing of goods for
"" imwiMii irauc. r reiRnt Hi lowest rales 1
pianos and organs i
10,000 Pianos; r,cm Organs; save half; buy of the
manufacturers I (torn ii3 to $tooo; cash, rent,
or installments ; catalogues free.
.ANITSF.1,1, corner Market and Powell, San Fran-
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining conipanie1 and gen
eral Cotnmisiton Merchant. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rate.
OJiee 401 Front Street, San Franetaeo, Cat,
)ALMER & RBY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete Type Foundry and
Timer warehouse on the I'acinc Coa,
05 and 107 LeldeidortT and
59 Commercial treets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
We Veep on hand the largest stock of American Fancy
Tjpe ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete stock of Milter & Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything in the Printer's line.
from a Hod kin to a Cjlinder Press. We have a Urge
stock of new and second hand Printing Presses of
all makes and sire. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Presses, Cottrcll and
Habcock Presses; also Peerless, Clip
per. Jewel, Cordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new ltaxter steam engines, which are just the thing for
printers, Tuerk Water Motcrs, Gem Paper Cutters,
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbindeis
OUR FIDKLITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the best in
use. Have jou used our Perfection plates?
They sase editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore rave money.
X-rSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Rrmemweh No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office 17B Monroe street.
AWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
On First-clavs securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to W. U GREEN, Manager w tern.-
Office Queen Street, over G. W. Macfarlane & Co.-Stf
(Representing Hoftnunc. & Co.. of Sydney,)
having armed per "City of New York," is now ready
Saddlery and General Merchandise.
Sample Room, BREWER BLOCK,
(upstairs, next to Dr. Vhitney,s.)
Wkolesalt Ontirt Silkittd.
OTEL STREBT MARKET.
KB. a. WALLER, Proprietor,
PRIME MEATS. PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND FOR SALE DAILY, between the
hours of s until it a. m. and a p. tn.
N, I.. Customers calling at the Market can be sup
psied afternoons, if so desired.
Telephone No. ajt.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
lhe Latest St) lea In
Trimmed and Untrlinmed, Also In Straw and Rough
Plush, lleautiful Plumes and Flowers,
Call and examine them ; also,
a line line of
-jm. . lo3 Kort Street
The subscribers, finding their previous space totally in
aueauaie lo carry oil ineir largely iricreas.ug
business, found it necessary to enlarge
their Store, in order to facilitate
the showing of an tin
rneru stock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention is called to h following
exhibits now on hand.
NtW PARAGON RANGES,
. ARMY RANGES
Suitable for plantation use, lhe celebrated "NIM1I1.E
S.IOVE" ail "IIA1IV MAY RANGE.
set In brick, v, ith hot water atuchiaents t Cooper bo
ers, of every description, uiad. so order i
' .; " .11 .1 t I !.... I.. ..
,V MHV-tM, , ,l, ,u,a 1
rlrau Cocks and rulings j aUo
A aaw jle srf lewiag Slater,
It Is not necessary to enumerate our ssockofTIN
WSHK, as we are pecpafeu so supply every
articU la the trade, aod at PRICES
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C A Co. thank their tjalrons for the liberal suE4ort
accorded tkcta during ike paM four years, and at the
same tuna would state that they are nww ia a better
position than ever to esacute cadets in strata hoe of trada.
Orders from lhe cakes' islands tiled and proaptly
AX EC K ARTS
I tale ureal pleasure In informing my friends and the
public In general, that I have
REM OVE D
To my nrtr Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open with an entire NF.W STOCK OF JF.W
EI.KV, SOLID 001,1) AND I'Lvrjjn,
of all descriptions, and a complete
SITj VER-PLATED ware,
Agent for Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's and Roger's
Silver Plated Ware. Depot of the Genuine
American, Walt ham and Elgin
Willi as before, A SPECIAL HRANCI1 01 MINK
Warranting all Voik.B A full liiw of
Spectacle antt Eyeyla,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, I mrile the
public to impect my stock before purchasing else
where. My good standing In this Kingdom, from long years
experience in this business, is a guarantee that I shall
oftcr the HESTat the VERY LOWKST PRICES. I
have spared no expense In selecting new stock (hi order
to keep up my reputation and to give satisfaction.
TyTEW GOODS. '
Ejc. alenuaber," from LIVERPOOL.
MAS at- QOXZALVX8,
.57 Hotel Street,
wish to direct public attention to their recent imports
Clothing, Fancy Goods and Hand
We purchased lhe Goods For Cash, and will therefore
be in a position to offer
Great Advantages to Patrons!
Hie Fancy Ancles are well worthy of inspection,
Consisting in part 01
Work Doses Inlaid Fancy Wood, Card Tables
Tablets and Trays, far superior to Japanese
Goods, Wicker Chairs, Fancy Work
Baskets, Horse Hair Watch Chains,
Rules, Paper Knives, etc., etc.
A targe line of Ladles'
work) Under Clothing, Cro
chet Work, Antimacassars, Fancy
Pin Cushions, new styles. Glove, Haud
kerchlef and Jewelry Cases, something
naw. Embroidered Plastron and Collarets
.1 u"od assortment of Perfumery,
J7 Hotel Street, Grey's Block.
to Nuuanu Street,
CsssUat Bfaker nasi UykeUUror.
Hurcaus, Chairs, Lounges, Sofas, M'uaj
tin mis, Tolltl Tubtes, Hraekets,
and all other goods appertaining to a well Regulated
Orders filled fur 0
BEDROOM AND PARLOR SETS.
On hand, a Large Stock of Jwn Ware, coruoiing
of Fancy Work Boaaa. Ivory Card
Tables, Trays and TaWata.
IlusineM don on the uuul CunierUl Tctnst, and In .,
tba Eojtludi and Hawaiian Lauguaaa,
Ordsrt from Other Island, UotUUsiL
Goods prooiptly forwarded. 109
READ THIS) THE UNDERSlGNgil TrJAV-'
ingrnadacertabi UsuMvvetnetita lu Mw anasvaa
snaut and ctutruiou of Psssas and Ak Ttrga tT
Steam Beder which itT.su a cimildatittVs. aaaikf. sf h
KmI, la wiihnsT to guaraauta sM tssak. enialM Wjs,.'
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